Monthly Archives: May 2011

Eggplant and Tomato Casserole

Eggplant and tomatoes are both common in the South, so you’ll see them in many southern food recipes. Some people cook their eggplant with the peel on, but I always remove the peel before cooking. Also, eggplant can be bitter … Continue reading

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Growing Potatoes In A Trash Bag

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GROWING POTATOES IN CONTAINERS If you have limited space and still want to grow potatoes, there are several ways that you can accomplish this.  By far the easiest way, requiring the least amount of materials is to grow potatoes in … Continue reading

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PubWages Review

Pubwages is an amazing site similiar to hubpages where you can post pubs, check other comments, and look at reviews. If you liked hubpages then you’ll LOVE pubwages. Check pubwages everyday and get many views and comments. New things will … Continue reading

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Spicy Homemade Hamburgers

Who doesn’t enjoy sinking their teeth into juicy homemade hamburgers? With burgers you cook at home, the sky’s the limit when it comes to seasonings. We like all kinds of hamburgers, ranging from plain burgers with just salt and pepper, … Continue reading

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American Recipes – Southern Fried Food

When Americans refer to southern food, they mean dishes and recipes traditional in the southern states of the U.S. In my opinion, these are among the very best American recipes. Why do I think this? Okay, I’ll admit I don’t … Continue reading

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Oven Barbecued Ribs

If you enjoy BBQ cooking, but the weather won’t allow you to cook outdoors, you can always use your indoor oven. Spareribs, baby back ribs, country-style ribs, pork chops, and chicken are great when prepared with oven barbecue recipes. Since baby … Continue reading

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Child Rearing – Difficult Child

  I learned a lot about parenting tips through firsthand experience rearing three daughters. I probably learned the most with my difficult child, Shannon. I’ve written stories about my oldest and youngest daughters, so I decided it was time for … Continue reading

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How to Buy and Store Cheese

Facts About Cheese Do you love cheese, why else would you be here?  Exactly, who doesn’t love cheese? Cheese is an excellent ingredient lending a rich experience any a delicious dish.   We cheese lovers also enjoy cheese in its … Continue reading

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How to get an avatar to go with your account on Pubwages: Gravatars

Some of us have Avatars here on Pubwages and some have this funny little blank silhouette, instead of a personalized picture. How does that work? How can we upload our own pictures to use as avatars on Pubwages? Here’s how: … Continue reading

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Amazon Ad Sharing Now Available on PubWages

I’m happy to announce that we now have Amazon ad sharing on Pubwages as well as adsense sharing. When you go to look at your user information, there will be a spot for you to fill in your own personal … Continue reading

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